19-10-2017

11 residential interiors in Florence by Pierattelli Architetture

Pierattelli Architetture,

Massimo Listri, Claudia Cadeddu,

Florence,

Apartment, holiday houses,

Interior Design,

The Pierattelli Architetture studio has designed the interiors of eleven apartments in two Florentine residences: the Ricasoli and Levi Palaces, just a short distance from the historic centre.



11 residential interiors in Florence by Pierattelli Architetture

Recreating the lived-in, familiar atmosphere of a home was the inspiration behind the interior design projects by Pierattelli Architetture for Domux Home in Florence. The projects were for eleven apartments in two historic buildings in the city centre, the Ricasoli and Levi Palaces, used for short-stay luxury tourism.

Palazzo Levi is a building designed by architect Giuseppe Boccini in the late 19th century, on one side of Piazza della Repubblica , in the heart of the city, whose ground floor is home to two historic cafés. The architects designed the interior of four luxury lofts, all open spaces, to exploit and enjoy the views of Florence’s distinctive skyline, with the cupola of Santa Maria del Fiore and Giotto’s bell tower,to the full.

Palazzo Ricasoli is a short distance from the Accademia Gallery and inside are seven apartments of different sizes, materials, colour palettes and furnishings. The interiors of the eleven apartments share common features: the sartorial care over the custom-designed décor and furnishings, a fireplace that gives warmth and emotion to the space, and materials and finishes focussed on elegant contemporary design .

(Agnese Bifulco)

Architects: Pierattelli Architetture
Place: Florence, Italy
Photos: Massimo Listri and Claudia Cadeddu

www.pierattelliarchitetture.it
www.domuxhome.it


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